By M&C Report team2006-07-02T08:31:00+01:00
Tasty said it now had “a viable platform” on which to build a successful business following support from creditors, landlords and government, as it reported a +33% uplift in revenue for the half year to 27 June 2021.
Britain’s managed pub, restaurant and bar groups saw sales drop just 1% in June from the same month in 2019, according to the Coffer CGA Business Tracker boosted by good weather.
Tasty has agreed consensual lease concessions and rent reductions on more than 80% of its estate and is continuing to negotiate with landlords and other creditor on any outstanding debts, it has said.
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UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls has warned that rising costs are adding pressure to already beleaguered operators.
The roadmap includes ambitious net zero targets to eliminate operational emissions by 2030, and for operators to achieve net zero across their supply chains by 2040.
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